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AT&T Stock Can Still Offer a Reward If You Know Where to Look

The problems for AT&T (NYSE:T) stock started in 1999. It embarked on a hideous descending channel that hasn’t stopped yet. T stock is now 55% below its all time highs from January, 22 years ago.

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It hasn’t all been downhill, as it has had great upswings along the way. But they all turned out to be scalping opportunities.

One thing these positive stints had in common was a solid base. That’s the opportunity from here and for the next six months.

There is a good chance that the sellers need a rest,....More>>>

GE Stock Prediction for 2025: 110% Upside Potential

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) is an undervalued stock that could see an incredible, triple-digit rise over the next five years as airlines recover and rebound from their pandemic lows.

The increased demand for airlines and flights, coupled with GE’s current focus on minimizing its debt and strong second-quarter results, could push GE stock higher.

And here’s how…

GE Aviation Sends the Stock Higher

GE Aviation builds jet engines for companies such as Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and Airbus Se (OTCMKTS: EADSY). The division also operates a highly lucrative....More>>>

Upcoming Earnings: Industrial Conglomerate GE Reports Friday Morning

Industrial conglomerate General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) is scheduled to report earnings before market open on Friday, Apr. 20.

CEO John Flannery has faced plenty of challenges since he took over in August 2017, working to streamline the massive company and improve transparency. In recent quarters, GE’s issues have been numerous and well publicized.

In the time that Flannery has been at the helm, GE has halved its dividend; it took a surprise $6.2 billion after-tax charge in Q4 2017 related to GE Capital’s insurance portfolio, while adding $15 billion to its reserves....More>>>

For Tesla, Less Is More

Page 14 of Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) 2017 10-K states:

Segment Information

We operate as two reportable segments: automotive and energy generation and storage.

The automotive segment includes the design, development, manufacturing, and sales of electric vehicles. The energy generation and storage segment includes the design, manufacture, installation, and sale or lease of stationary energy storage products and solar energy systems, and sale of electricity generated by our solar energy systems to customers.

As stated, Tesla has two reportable business segments,....More>>>

8 Biggest Dow Losers So Far in 2018

Over the course of the past week’s five trading sessions, the Dow Jones industrial average dropped more than 1,400 points, the biggest weekly percentage loss in more than two years. Eight Dow component stocks are down at least 10% for the year to date and only six have been able to show a gain so far in 2018.

No one will be shocked to read that General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) is the worst-performing Dow stock of 2018, down 25.1% as of Friday. The stock posted a new 52-week low Friday at $13.02. As the share price declines, investors worry more about the viability of GE’s dividend....More>>>